[Freeswitch-users] Newbie´s question about FreeSwitch...

mazilo Nabble at slickdeals.endjunk.com
Sat Feb 19 18:32:22 MSK 2011

For your usage, it is possible to use your existing server to host
freeswitch. My usage is pretty low, i.e. average of two lines usage, and my
Seagate DockStar (used as a host to my freeswitch) only shows a usage of
less than 10% of CPU resources. Assuming your usage is what you said and
your existing server load is no more than 50%, all the expenses you will
incur is probably to buy additional two ATA devices where each will have two
FXS ports, i.e. Linksys/Cisco PAP2T (beware of a counterfeit PAP2T sold on
e-bay), the new Obi products, etc. Personally, my preference is the Obi 110
which comes with 1 FXO and 1 FXS port. The FXO port can be connected
directly to your existing PBX system as an extension. This device also
supports XMPP to use with Google Voice and is sold @US$49.99/each (MSRP
price). Do a Google search to find out more information on this product.

FreeSWITCH hosted on a Seagate DockStar with OpenWRT.
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